News Suzuka Tire Warmer Sponsorship

Suzuka Tire Warmer Sponsorship

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Motorcycle Racing Sponsorship

Suzuka Professional Racing Products is now accepting amateur and pro resumes for tire-warmer sponsorship during the 2011 race season through December 31.

Suzuka Professional Racing Products, a division of Chicken Hawk Racing Group, designs, manufactures, sells and services highly effective and affordable tire warmers that build confidence-inspiring traction, help prevent cold-tire-induced crashes and extend tire life by reducing the number of heat cycles they endure.

Used by Daytona road-race winners, national endurance champions and AMA Pro Supermoto titlists, Suzuka tire warmers install quickly and are even easier to remove.

They feature rugged, melt-proof liners, thin, Felted Carbon insulation and heat indicator lights that ensure reliability and spot-on operation up to “mid-race” target temperatures.

Racers chosen for the team will receive discounts on all Suzuka Professional Racing products. In addition, they’ll be eligible for new, promotional items available only to sponsored riders.

Improve your track time with Suzuka tire warmers. For more information on Suzuka Professional Racing Products’ tire warmers and related items, log on to TireWarmer.com.

Suzuka is welcoming road-race competitors to its support program now. To be part of the team, please send race resumes and proposals via the following methods:

EMAIL:

info@TireWarmer.com

U.S. MAIL:

Suzuka Professional Racing Products

Attn: Rider Support

54 Elizabeth St., Suite 10

Red Hook, NY 12571

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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